|Audio News Release|
Youth smoking prevention promotion.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; youth; industry sponsored prevention program
Infomercials in favor of Proposition 188.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; children; youth; youth access; advertising; regulation; advocacy; public place; industry response; radio; political activity
|Message Bank - FDA Lawsuit Conference Call|
Tape of conference call organized by Philip Morris to discuss with financial analysts its lawsuit challenging the Food and Drug Administration's intention to regulate nicotine as a drug.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; lawsuit; youth; legislation; state legislation; federal legislation; regulation; Congress; youth access; advertising; nicotine; profit; business activity; addiction
|Paine Webber Institutional Sales, Philip Morris, Ms. Elizabeth Villare|
Representatives from Philip Morris make a presentation and answer questions about the company's financial health on a telephone conference of stock brokers and financial analysts
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; profit; food; international trade; alcoholic beverage; youth; lawsuit; advertising; promotions
|Interview with Jolly Ann Davidson and Tom Lauria|
Jolly Ann Davidson and Tom Lauria discuss the Tobacco Institute youth smoking prevention program and the new booklet "Tobacco: Helping Youth Say No."
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; youth; youth access; school based program; high school; high school student; children; industry sponsored prevention program; radio; advertising; peer influence; secondhand smoke; tobacco related health concerns; legal activity; export; international trade; excise tax; tobacco farming; movie
|Interview with Jolly Ann Davidson and Tom Lauria (Louisville, KY)|
Jolly Ann Davidson and Tom Lauria are interviewed about their “tour of the country” promoting the Tobacco Institute initiative to discourage youth smoking and the new booklet "Tobacco: Helping Youth Say No."
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; youth; youth access; school based program; high school; high school student; children; industry sponsored prevention program; radio; advertising; peer influence; tobacco related health concerns; legal activity; sales; minimum purchase age legislation
Interview with Jolly Ann Davidson and Tom Lauria about the effectiveness of cigarette warning labels. They also discuss the Tobacco Institute youth smoking prevention program and a new booklet "Tobacco: Helping Youth Say No."
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; youth; youth access; school based program; high school; high school student; children; industry sponsored prevention program; radio; advertising; peer influence; secondhand smoke; warning label; tobacco related health concerns; legal activity
|Family C.O.U.R.S.E. Consortium Follow-Up|
Discussion led by a consultant to the Family C.O.U.R.S.E. Consortium, a Tobacco Institute created group, with human service providers and parents who had attended trainings about how to improve future health education programs. (Second sound cassette comes first on the CD.)
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; health education program; youth; familial relation; marketing; industry strategy; industry funding of education; tobacco education material
|George Allen Interview|
John Troan of the Pittsburgh Press interviews George Allen about research into the effects of smoking on health; includes discussion of smoking in the United States military. Poor audio quality at the end.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; tobacco related health concerns; lung cancer; industry sponsored research; laboratory research; epidemiology; Surgeon General; military personnel; tax; economic cost; export; youth; advertising; female
|Annual Stockholders' Meeting, 1994 Tape 1|
Philip Morris' 1994 annual stockholders' meeting (first part) includes Board of Directors elections, four shareholder resolutions (reform of Kraft's dairy operations to benefit farmers, assistance to tobacco farmers), and business and financial reports. Tape ends during presentation of third shareholder resolution.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; business activity; shareholder resolution; youth; advertising; anti-smoking advocacy; profit; international trade; corporate responsibility; sales; cigarette brands; food; alcoholic beverage; excise tax; legal activity; political activity
|Telephone Conference Call Regarding Deposition of Michael Salisbury. Participants: Attorneys Guy Blynn, John Villafranco and Jonathon Stein.|
Conference call between the lawyers for R. J. Reynolds and Mike Salisbury, creator of the Joe Camel cartoon character, discussing the possibility of his deposition in the Federal Trade Commission Joe Camel Case.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; advertising; marketing; tobacco industry lawyer; tobacco industry law firm; children; youth; legal activity; industry response; lawyer; lawsuit; advertising agency; advertising restriction
|"How the Tobacco Industry Keeps the Home Fires Burning," Andrew McGuire, American Psychological Association|
Presentation by Andrew McGuire at the American Psychological Association's 99th Annual Convention held in San Francisco, August 16 to 20, 1991. McGuire chronicles his attempts to get cigarettes regulated as a fire hazard and the tobacco industry's response. Tape ends before presentation has finished.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; fire; fire safe cigarette; youth; excise tax; federal legislation; anti-smoking advocacy; social influence; media advocacy; grass roots lobbying; charitable donation; state legislation; industry strategy; tobacco industry
|Focus Group: Zack, Female Smokers, Atlanta|
Focus group of smokers discussing Zack, a newly introduced cigarette with denim-style packaging, focusing on taste and flavor.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; marketing research; demographics; gender; female; male; cigarette packaging; cigarette brands; menthol cigarette; tar; nicotine; age group; youth; advertising; young adult smoker; socioeconomic status; tobacco related health concerns
|Radio Talk Show Discussion on California Prop 188|
Debates between proponents and opponents of the Proposition 188, final segment of the tape includes discussion (possibly by the representatives of the Los Angeles Unified School district) on how to teach tobacco use prevention.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; advocacy group; public place; bar; hospitality industry; hospitality industry employee; industry strategy; regulation; children; youth; legislation; political activity; radio; restaurant; school based program; secondhand smoke; smoking section
|National Sales Meeting Presentations|
Presentations to the Lorillard national sales meeting including a review of Old Gold's sales, a report on legal activity and governmental affairs, and the marketing strategy for the Kent, True and Newport brands, which was interrupted by the tape's end.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; sales; marketing; geographic location; retail; business activity; cigarette brands; advertising; product liability; lawsuit; tobacco related health concerns; asbestos; filter; class action lawsuit; addiction; airplane; Attorney General; Medicaid lawsuit; flight attendant; tobacco industry lawyer; Congress; tax; regulation; youth; workplace; state legislation; advertising restriction; political activity; low yield cigarette; cigarette packaging; promotional merchandise; urban